The Luxembourg-based Court of First Instance orders Microsoft to share protocols with its competitors and to pay a $613 million fine the European Commission had required.
By ZDNet Staff
| September 18, 2007 -- 17:00 GMT (10:00 PDT)
| Topic: Enterprise Software
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